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Malawi Mzuzu AA Coffee

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Malawi Mzuzu AA Coffee

This High Grown and sustainable coffee is produced by the Smallholder Coffee Farmers Trust (SCFT) in the Northern highlands of Malawi. 

Our Mzuzu coffee comes from two distinct coffee growing areas Phoka Hills and Viphya North hills. The Phoka hills sit in the Rumphi District, where the famous Dr LIvingstone camped near the Nyika National Park. 

Why not check out our blog to find out all about this fabulous coffee!

https://quantumroasters.co.uk/blogs/news/dr-livingstone-i-presume

Tasting notes: Mellow acidity, good sweetness, a touch nutty with hints of fruit
Roast level: Medium
Varietal: Bourbon, Catimor
Process: Fully Washed
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